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« on: August 16, 2012, 02:32:05 PM »

Online application to Aarhus International Piano Competition 2013, 2nd International Piano Competition for Young Pianists Aarhus Denmark, will open in october

Aarhus International Piano Competition will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, February 24th until March 2nd, 2013.

Age-Categories:
Category A: 11-15 years
Category B: 16-21 years

Prizes:
In total: 31500 Euros and concert-engagements are awarded.

Members of the jury:
Anne Øland (president), Justas Dvarionas, Klaus Kaufmann, Jens Elvekjær, Zelma Bodzin, Erik Tawaststjerna amd Reiko Kikuchi.

Aarhus Symphony Orchestra:
The 5 finalists of Category B will play with Aarhus Symphony Orchestra.

Concerts for all participants:
Concerts are organized for those participants, who don´t move on to the next round. They will have the possibility to play a concert in music societies in Aarhus during the competition period.

Visit our homepage: www.pianocompetition.dk

With kind regards

Rune Maahn Christensen & Christian Skovgaard Flarup
Organizers
Aarhus International Piano Competition
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